Spat comes as founder of Ukip calls Farage a ‘dim, racist alcoholic’
The West will urge Russia to demobilise separatists in eastern Ukraine, but concession looks 'unlikely'
Temporary reprieve for Ghader Ghalamere after his family's last-minute departure lounge appeal
A quarter of a century after the Cold War, dreams of harmony and consensus are shot to pieces
Ukrainian special forces sent into Sloviansk after takeover by armed separatists
Brits are not Islamaphobic on the whole – so what are those with homes in France to make of the FN?
Hatchets are buried, the musical chairs resume, and there's even talk that Julie Gayet will soon be gone
Vow to reduce bloated government and decision to sell off car fleet gets Italians behind Renzi, too
Brutal recession and banks' reluctance to lend leaves more businesses turning to mob for help
Poland feels vulnerable to Putin’s aggression: and let’s not forget, we’d be bound to help - as we did in 1939
Priests, bishops and cardinals gather for a mass in St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to commemorate Holy Thursday. The holiday, also known as Maundy Thursday, celebrates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples.
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